Simplicity Linux uses Puppy Linux and derivatives as a base, uses the XFCE window manager, and comes in 3 editions: Netbook, Desktop and Media.
The system is distributed in four editions, Desktop, Netbook and X.
Each edition has its own target audience and tries to provide users with only the best software packages and features that can not be found in the default Puppy Linux Slacko distribution.
Netbook features cloud based software, Desktop features locally based software and Media edition is designed to allow people who want a lounge PC to access their media with ease.
Overall, Simplicity Linux is more than a simple distribution.
It is designed to be used on low-end machines, providing users with different flavors and a plethora of modern functionality and applications.
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